A Ray of Death, or the Death of Ray? The Rife Machine. Royal Raymond Rife 1888 - 1971. On the record…Royal Raymond Rife . 1913 – Awarded an honorary PhD from University of Heidelsberg, Germany.
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A Ray of Death, or the Death of Ray?The Rife Machine
Royal Raymond Rife
1888 - 1971
Rife’s Universal Microscope
Beam Ray Machine ca. 1938
“Bacillus typhosus” as viewed with the Rife Microscope
Magnification ~ 23 – 25,000X
Salmonella typhi as viewed with an electron microscope
Magnification ~ 25,000X
~ 23 – 25,000X
Clostridium tetani endospore, EM
Leading Causes of Death, 1921
(from Leading Causes of Death 1900-1998, www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/dvs/lead1900_98.pdf)
1. Diseases of the heart
2. Pneumonia (all forms) and influenza
3. Tuberculosis (all forms)
4. Intracranial lesions of vascular origin
5. Cancer and other malignant tumors
6. Nephritis (all forms)
7. Accidents excluding motor-vehicle
8. Diarrhea, enteritis, and ulceration of the intestines
9. Premature birth
Other cancer-like diseases caused by “filterable viruses” at the time of RifeTop, F.H. Communicable Diseases, 3rd ed. 1941, 1947, 1955
In Washington, D. C. last year 2,500 low-salaried Government employees chipped in to form Group Health Association, Inc., which hired nine physicians to provide complete medical care for members. Scarcely had the first patient visited the well-equipped G. H. A. clinic when the District Medical Society, a branch of the American Medical Association, turned on the heat. It has been accused of refusing to let G. H. A. doctors use local hospitals, consult with local specialists. Reason: G. H. A. is a health-insurance project, and the A. M. A. is opposed to group health insurance combined with practice, which, it claims, limits a patient's choice of his doctor, and prevents free competition among doctors.
Unless the A. M. A. was looking for a test case, Washington, right under the nose of the Department of Justice, was a bad place for heat on-turning. Last October Assistant Attorney General Thurman Wesley Arnold, in charge of monopoly investigation, haled the District Society before a grand jury because he believed that boycott of the G. H. A. violated the "Sherman Anti-Trust Act. The jury, which included salesmen, executives, engineers, a brewer and a taxicab driver, listened to about 100 witnesses from Washington hospitals and medical organizations all over the country. It learned that the District Society had expelled G. H. A. Physician Mario Victor Scandiffio and had forced another doctor to resign from the G. H. A. staff. It read a resolution of the District Society to throttle "successful operation of G. H. A., Inc." and examined the letters A. M. A.'s Morris Fishbein had sent the society.
Last week the Jury returned an indictment not only against the District Society but against A. M. A., the Washington Academy of Surgery, the Harris County (Texas) Medical Society,* 16 Washington physicians, and five A. M. A. executives, including Official Spokesmen Olin West and Morris Fishbein. †
The indictment stressed the power of the A. M. A., which claims as members 110,000 of the 145,000 practicing U. S. doctors and, as a corporation, has an income of several million dollars a year. The A. M. A., said the indictment, "condemns as 'unethical' group medical practice on a risk-sharing prepayment basis principally because such practice is in business competition with . . . doctors engaged in [private] practice."
Undaunted by the indictment, A. M. A. Editor Morris Fishbein quoted the House of Delegates: "[We will exhaust], if necessary, the last recourse of distinguished legal talent to establish the ultimate right of organized medicine to ... oppose types of contract practice damaging to the health of the public." A. M. A.'s "legal talent" made it clear that they would take the tack that medicine is a learned profession, not a trade, and thus does not fall within the scope of the Sherman Act. Attorney Arnold hopes that the A. M. A. will soon file a demurrer to the indictment. If the demurrer is granted, Attorney Arnold will be able to take the case directly to the Supreme Court.
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[Electromagnetic fields of extremely high frequency and radon baths in the treatment of Lyme disease with nervous system lesions]
Patients with borreliosis caused by exodic tick infestation running with affection of the nervous system were exposed to scanning EHF-therapy (59-63 GHz) on biologically active zones of the upper third of the chest, right brachial joint, biologically active points GI4, E36. Also, they took radon baths. The treatment was planned with consideration of the principles of chronotherapy. This therapeutic approach produced stimulation of general adaptive reactions and reparative processes in the peripheral nervous system.
Retrieved from the Russian journal below (Medline)Abstract from Voprosy Kurortologii, Fizioterapii, I Lechebnoĭ Fizicheskoĭ Kultury [Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult] 2003 Mar-Apr (2), pp. 21-3. Authors: Levitskiĭ EF; Zaĭtsev AA; Abdulkina NG; Dostovalova OV; Mavliautdinova IM